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The following is adapted from your textbook, Supplemental Case 1, Chapter 3: Keep on Truckin’?

Download and read the case about Tim’s Trucking and answer the questions, keeping in mind that Tim
needs your expert advice to minimize any impact the cases will have on his company. Be creative but
realistic in your responses, as though you really were Tim’s friend and advisor.

Expect to take approximately 2-3 pages (double-spaced, 12-point font) to complete this assignment. Your
work will be graded on content, critical thinking, clarity, creativity, and correctness (see Response Essay
2 rubric in the Start Here menu for more information).

Case: Keep on Truckin’?

Tim
Rowe owns a small trucking firm that specializes in local and metro-area
delivery in large city in the United States.

All
employment activities are handled by Tim who has always hired employees on the
basis of three qualifications:

1.
They must have a high school diploma;

2.
They must pass a short paper-and-pencil test which is given to all applicants;
and

3.
They must have a valid driver’s license if applying for the position of driver.

The
short test is interesting, as it was devised by Tim from sample questions found
on a GED (General Education Degree) Equivalency Test. The test consists of 33
vocabulary and mathematical questions, each worth 3 points. Anyone scoring
below 70 is automatically rejected.

Last
month two drivers quit, so Tim advertised in the local paper for two new
drivers. Ten people applied for the openings, but Tim rejected four applicants
because they were not high school graduates. Three others were rejected because
of test scores below 70. The two white males hired scored the highest on the
test, had high school degrees, and also had valid driver’s licenses.

This
week Tim was notified that two equal employment complaints had been filed
against him and his firm. One complaint, a woman, alleges that the test does
not measure a person’s ability to drive and is not a valid predictor of job
success. The other complaint, a minority man, alleges that the high school
diploma requirement is not related to ability to do the job and unfairly
discriminates against minorities. Tim is trying to decide how to respond to
these complaints.

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